8.0 Superb ( 3n/4d )

Gujarat Temple Tour

7750 / Per person

  • Rajkot, Jamnagar, Dwarka, Porbandar, Somnath


Gujarat, a vibrant state in western India, offers a rich tapestry of cultural heritage, historical sites, and natural beauty. From the majestic white desert of the Rann of Kutch to the ancient cave temples of Junagadh, Gujarat enthralls visitors with its diverse attractions. Explore the intricate stepwells of Patan, the colorful handicrafts of Kutch, and the architectural marvels of Ahmedabad's old city. Indulge in lip-smacking Gujarati cuisine, experience the lively festivals, and witness the endangered Asiatic Lions in Gir National Park. With its warm hospitality and a treasure trove of experiences, Gujarat beckons travelers to immerse themselves in its captivating charm.


Accommodation: Provide a range of options, from budget-friendly hotels to luxury resorts or boutique accommodations, catering to different travelers' preferences and budgets.

Transportation: Include transportation arrangements such as flights, trains, or private transfers to ensure convenient and comfortable travel between destinations.

Sightseeing: Incorporate guided tours, city excursions, and visits to popular landmarks, historical sites, natural attractions, or cultural events that showcase the unique heritage and beauty of the country.

Local Experiences: Arrange authentic cultural experiences like traditional dance performances, cooking classes, or local market visits to allow travelers to immerse themselves in the local culture and traditions.

Meals: Include breakfast or offer a selection of meals in the package, allowing travelers to experience local cuisine or enjoy meals at recommended restaurants, providing a taste of the country's culinary delights.

Guided Services: Provide the services of professional guides or tour escorts who can share their knowledge and insights about the destinations, enhancing the overall travel experience.

Flexibility and Free Time: Allow for some free time in the itinerary to let travelers explore independently, shop for souvenirs, or engage in personal activities based on their interests.

Accommodation Upgrades and Optional Add-ons: Offer the option for travelers to upgrade their accommodations or include additional activities, ensuring customization and flexibility for individual preferences.

Safety and Health Considerations: Communicate the implementation of safety measures, hygiene protocols, and compliance with health guidelines to ensure travelers' well-being during their domestic tour.

Remember to tailor the package according to the country's unique attractions, cultural heritage, and preferences of the target audience, providing a well-rounded and memorable domestic travel experience.


Flights or Transportation to the Destination: Unless explicitly stated, travel packages often exclude the cost of flights or transportation to the starting point of the tour. Travelers are typically responsible for arranging and covering these expenses themselves.

Travel Insurance: Travel packages generally do not include travel insurance coverage. It is recommended that travelers obtain their own travel insurance to protect against unforeseen circumstances, cancellations, or emergencies during their trip.

Visa or Entry Fees: If applicable, the cost of visas or entry fees to national parks, heritage sites, or specific attractions may be excluded from the package. Travelers are responsible for acquiring necessary visas and paying any associated fees.

Meals and Beverages: Unless explicitly mentioned, meals and beverages are often not included in domestic tour packages. Travelers will need to budget for their meals and may have the flexibility to explore local cuisine or dine at their preferred restaurants.

Personal Expenses: Personal expenses such as shopping, additional activities not included in the itinerary, laundry services, or any other incidental costs are typically not covered in the package and are the responsibility of the traveler.

Optional Activities and Upgrades: While the package may include a set itinerary, optional activities, upgrades, or additional excursions may not be included. Travelers may have the opportunity to add on these activities at an additional cost if desired.

Tips and Gratuities: Tips for guides, drivers, and service staff are generally not included in the package and are left to the discretion of the traveler based on their satisfaction with the services provided.

It is crucial to clearly communicate the inclusions and exclusions of the package to travelers to avoid any misunderstandings and ensure they have a comprehensive understanding of what is covered and what additional costs they should anticipate.

Tour Plan

Day 1. Arrival at Rajkot - Dwarka

Pick-up from Rajkot Railway station/ Airport as per your arrival. Our representative meets & greets you and transfer to Dwarka. Visit – Darbar gadh Palace, Lakhota Lake & Bala Hanuman Temple known for its nonstop Ramdhun since 1956 and it mentioned in Guinness Book of World Records in Jamnagar. Later transfer to Dwarka. Check-In into hotel. Overnight stay at Hotel in Dwarka.


Day 2. Dwarka - Beyt Dwarka - Dwarka

After breakfast, Full day sight-seen of Dwarka visit – Gayatri Shaktipith and Shivrajpur Beach.


Dwarikadhish Temple: Having a history of over 2500 years, this Chalukya style of architecture is a temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. The five storied main shrine is grand and marvelous in itself and needs no further highlights.

Sudama Setu: Sudama Setu Bridge is a stunning suspension bridge built for pedestrians to cross River Gomti. It connects the ancient Jagat Temple and the sacred Panchkui teerth on the island which is associated with the legendary Pandava brothers.

Beyt Dwarka: Beyt Dwarka is an island, situated at a distance of 30 km from the main town. This island is surrounded by few temples, white beach and coral reefs. The main temple at Beyt Dwarka is that of Lord Krishna, which is believed to be located at a site that was once the residence of Lord Krishna and His family. This temple is over 500 years old and was built by Sri Vallabhacharya.

Nageshwar Jyotirlingas: Nageshwara Jyotirlinga Temple too houses a curious myth about its origin. The giant, beautiful and artistic statue of Lord Shiva mesmerizes tourists and pilgrims alike with its aesthetic appeal.

Gomti Ghat: If the holy scriptures are to be believed, the Gomti River is none other than the Ganges, descending directly from heaven. The most sought after spots out of the various shrines and ghats this is the place where the river meets the mighty ocean.

Gopi Talav: Legend has it that this is the lake where Krishna used to entice his Gopis (young female inhabitants) with his youthful pranks and romantic nature. About 20km , the lake is surrounded by sandal like yellow sand which is used by the devotees to make tilaks on their bodies. It is quite a pretty sight.

Rukhmani Temple: A small structure is an important shrine dedicated to Krishna's beloved consort, Rukmani Devi. Not as majestically gigantic , this shrine is an architectural masterpiece in itself. Back to Hotel. Overnight stay in Hotel Dwarka.


Day 3. Dwarka - Porbandar - Somnath 

After breakfast & proceed to Somnath. En route, visit the Sudama Temple and the Kirti Mandir in Porbandar. On reaching Somnath, check in at the hotel. Later, you will proceed to visit - Junagadh Gate.

Somnath Jyotirlinga Temple: A highly revered religious site for Hindus, the Somnath Temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of India. The Jyotirlinga is adorned with flowers, ornaments of silver and gold and people from far and wide come to worship it.

Suraj Mandir : Suraj Mandir too is situated near the Triveni Ghats and is one of the few temples dedicated to the Sun God. There are depictions of elephants, lions and various other birds and animals in the temple.

Bhalka Tirth : Bhalka Tirth is a renowned Hindu pilgrim centre which is believed to be the location where Lord Krishna was shot by a hunter's arrow. According to the sacred scripts, Lord Krishna's death marks the end of the Dvapara Yug and the beginning of the Kali Yug.

Somnath Beach : Beaches of Somnath, though crowded, have the power to lure you away in a different world of soothing waves. The beaches are not recommended for swimming but are definitely a great point to relax and unwind.

Evening Arti, Light & Sound Show (6-7 PM) at Somnath Temple. Overnight Stay at Hotel in Somnath.


Day 4. Somnath - Rajkot Drop off 

After breakfast check out from the hotel & transfer to Rajkot. En-route Junagadh The ancient city has many eye catching monuments which reminds its great history. Than proceed to visit Uperkot Fort, AshokRock Edict, Sakarbagh Zoological Garden in Junagadh. Later continue to Rajkot. Drop at Rajkot Railway station / Airport for your onward destination.


!!!!... Happy Tour End With Sweet Memories…!!!!


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